Wishing your week is off to a good start...we've had foggy mornings since last week, I always hope all goes well for the commuters.
Here are two shots I took this morning, I like the way the color of the leaves look. Tried to get some shots of our window shelves...I did it a little different, but they didn't turn out, will try again later.
Have a good week everyone, stay cozy and safe!
This looking straight down from our front walkway
This is about 100" feet to the left of our walkway
We'll be at Aurora and David's ...Rick pre-cooks the turkey, makes the stuffing and pumpkin pies...I do the roasted veggies and don't mind cleaning up afterwards. Everyone else brings their side dishes...it will be a small gathering with kids running a muck...but it will be wonderful!
Hope you all enjoy your day with family and remember not only to count your blessings, but remember you are a blessing to your pals here on G.G. and to those who care about you..
Hope the weather is bearable and everyone is doing well.
I have a slight problem...my clivia and crinums have been suffering from this sticky stuff, the white areas are where it use to be. Can anyone tell me what it is and how to treat it??? Should I just cut off the leaves??
They were plagued by that powdering mildew last year...I treated that and ever re-potted them in clean pots and new soil.
Happy Friday! Well, the rains didn't come in as heavy as first thought, but there's still this weekend. This is usually the time we begin to move the plant shelves under the covered patio, but I've changed my mind about that.
Since being here for just over a year, I realized that I've overprotected some of my plants. And, with the extra shade Rick has built, there is less reason to move most of them now.
I've move the majority of the cactus along the front of the house under the eaves and the ones that did well last winter will remain in the sunniest spot in the backyard. I'm pondering if I should leave my potted daturas, kaffir lily and other potted bulb plants out. I would hate to be wrong and have the bulbs get mushy. Any pointers??? Our winters are non existent compared to the rest of the country, my only concern is the potted plants holding too much water, even without the saucers.
What advice from the Californian gardeners in my zone? I would be interested to know how you've dealt with your potted plants.
Have a great weekend everyone, wishing you all well (^_~)